Program Awards Six Travel Awards

Published: February 17th, 2017

Category: News

Clockwise from top left: Wasser, Sood, Doyle, Butera, Medhizdah, Lee

The Rehabilitation Science program awarded six travel awards to students to presenting their data at national meetings.

Katie Butera
Conference: APTA Combined Sections Meeting
Title: Prolonged reduction in shoulder strength after transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation treatment of exercised-induced acute muscle pain
Mentors: Emily Fox, DPT, PhD, NCS; Steven George, PT, PhD

Brendan Doyle
Conference: Experimental Biology
Title: Comparison of treatment efficacy in the hypoglossal motor systems of AAV-DES-coGAA and novel vector AAV-DES-IGFIIcoGAA in Gaa -/-mice
Mentor: Dave Fuller, PhD

MJ Lee
Conference: Academy Health Annual Meeting
Title: The disparate functional abilities in activities of daily living among individuals with different disability grades and types in Korea
Mentor: Sergio Romero, PhD

Shabnam Medhizdah
Conference: The Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists
Title: Fitness to drive through the lifespan: An evidence-based approach from screening to intervention
Mentor: Sherrilene Classen, PhD, MPH, ORT/L, FAOTA, FGSA

Pallavi Sood
Conference: APTA Combined Sections Meeting
Title: Using the Rasch model to investigate a suggested cut-off score of the Berg Balance Scale (BBS)
Mentor: Sergio Romero, PhD

Joseph Wasser
Conference: Annual Meeting of American College of Sports Medicine
Title: Risk factors associated with foot pain in runners
Mentor: Heather Vincent, PhD, FACSM